New Stuff This Week


Russian Criminal Tattoo Police Files: Volume I by Arkady Bronnikov, Damon Murray & Stephen Sorrell (Fuel) $32.95 – 180+ photos of Russian criminal tattoos and official police papers from the collection of Arkady Bronnikov, regarded as Russia’s foremost authority on criminal tattoo iconography. Bronnikov worked as a senior expert in criminalistics at the USSR Ministry of Internal Affairs from the 60-80s. With the help of the tattoos, Bronnikov regularly helped to solve criminal cases across Russia to identify culprits and corpses. Another volume of his collection to follow!


Thrift: Shopping Second Hand to Supplement an Intentional Wardrobe $5.00

How Not 2 Run 4 President $2.00

Berniemania by Bae Cutler $7.00

Gender is Extraordinary Written by Alex Barnawell $7.00

Sounds of the Dark #4 by Bethany Clark $3.50

Small Beer by Liana Jegers (Tan N Loose) $10.00 – Selections from Liana’s recent train trip though Europe. Highlights include beer, candy, and churches.

Going Nowhere Sketchbooks 2013-2015 by Clay Hickson (Tan N Loose) $8.00 – Clay Hickson’s sketchbook drawings from 2013-2015. It’s packed with playful, fun filled renderings of quirky domestic interiors, pretty ladies, inanimate objects and household items. -CH

Overtime Hour 39 Leaf Blower by Thom Schramm $2.00

Basic Recon Skills (Pioneers Press) $4.00


Apple and An Adventure by Martin Cendreda $12.00 – A-Z story about a girl and her triceratops.


Sunday Styles by Ana Benaroya (Tan N Loose) $10.00 – “Love is in the air…can you smell it? From high school sweethearts to Yale graduates, this zine will educate every crevice of your body. It’s the summer of love…it’s a winter wonderland…it’s…livin’ la vida loca!” -Ana Benaroya

Defender by C. Cooper $2.00

Flirting With Death by Gabrielle Howell $1.00


The Complete Wimmen’s Comix (Fantagraphcis) $100.00 – In the late ’60s, underground comix changed the way comics readers saw the medium — but there was an important pronoun missing from the revolution. In 1972, ten women cartoonists got together in San Francisco to rectify the situation and produce the first and longest-lasting all-woman comics anthology, Wimmen’s Comix. Within two years the Wimmen’s Comix Collective had introduced cartoonists like Roberta Gregory and Melinda Gebbie to the comics-reading public, and would go on to publish some of the most talented women cartoonists in America — Carol Tyler, Mary Fleener, Aline Kominsky-Crumb, Dori Seda, Phoebe Gloeckner, and many others. In its twenty-year run, the women of Wimmen’s tackled subjects the guys wouldn’t touch with a ten-foot pole: abortion, menstruation, masturbation, castration, lesbians, witches, murderesses, and feminists. Most issues of Wimmen’s Comix have been long out of print, so it’s about time these pioneering cartoonists’ work received their due. Presented as a gorgeous two-volume slipcased set, The Complete Wimmen’s Comix includes the ground-breaking 1970 one-shot, It Ain’t Me, Babe, the very first all-woman comic book ever published. Edited with an introduction by Trina Robbins.


Big Kids by Michael DeForge (D+Q) $16.95 – Teenage misfits and adolescent rabble-rousing take center stage in this dark coming-of-age tale.


Founding Fathers Funnies by Peter Bagge (Dark Horse) $14.99

You Can Change Your Mind by Rachel Howe (Tan N Loose) $15.00

Kill Your Boyfriend by Grant Morrison and friends $19.99

SNOWPIERCER vol 3 Terminus by Oliver Bocquet $29.99

Kaijumax Season One by Zander Cannon


Cocaine by Pitigrilli, illustrations by Jim Osborn (Ronin Publishing) $16.95 – Reprint of intoxicating fiction about pixie dust, published a year before Crowley’s Diary of a Drug Fiend.
Mrs. Houdini by Victoria Kelly $26.00

Lucky Alan and Other Stories by Jonathan Lethem $15.00

The Velocipede Races by Emily June Street (Elly Blue Publishing) $ 9.95 – Feminist YA steampunk bicycle racing novel.

Adios Cowboy by Olja Savicevic (McSweeney’s) $15.00

Paper Tigers by Damien Angelica Walters (Dark House Press) $15.95


My Brain on Fire: Paris and Other Obsessions by Leonard Pitt (Soft Skull) $16.95 – A misfit from Detroit studied mime and philosophy in the Paris in the 60s. Here’s his story.

Adjusted Margin: Xerography, Art, and Activism in the Late Twentieth Century by Kate Eichhorn (MIT Press) $26.95 – The Xerox machine revolutionized things! Like zines! Heres’s a book about it!

The Utopia of Rules: On Technology, Stupidity, and the Secret Joys of Bureaucracy by David Graeber (Melville House) $16.95


Hope in the Dark: Untold Histories, Wild Possibilities by Rebecca Solnit (Haymarket Books) $15.99 – Cult hit back in print! Solnit reminds us how the activism of the past five decades affects new grounds for political engagement in the present.


The Rooftop Growing Guide: How to Transform Your Roof into a Vegetable Garden or Farm by Annie Novak $23.00

Mama Tried: Traditional Italian Cooking for the Screwed, Crude, Vegan, and Tattooed by Cecilia Granata (Microcosm) $11.95


Trouble Boys: The True Story of the Replacements by Bob Mehr $27.50


Objects of Desire: A Showcase of Modern Erotic Products $34.99

Elska #3 Reykjavik Iceland & Elska #4 Lisbon Portugal $18.50 each

Memoirs of a Not Altogether Shy Pornographer: Selected and Introduced by Jonathan Lethem (Pharos) $16.95

Kuntalini – Badlands Unlimited New Lovers #7 by Tamara Faith Berger (Badlands Unlimited LLC) $12.95


Maximumrocknroll #394 March 16 $4.99

Mojo #268 Mar 16 Bowie Starman Hero Genius $10.99

AdBusters #124 vol 24 #2 Mar Apr 16 Spooky $12.95

Boneshaker Magazine #17 $18.95

Skeptical Inquirer vol 40 #2 Biological Race and Human Diversity $5.99

Tattoo Society #52 $7.99

Atlantis Rising #116 $6.95

Tattoo Energy #99 $9.99

Mother Jones Apr 16 $6.99

American Atheist 1st Quarter 16 $4.95

Neural #52 $7.99